Why Choose Us?
High Priority Plumbing and Services, Inc. is your friendly, neighborhood plumber who you can trust to pay attention to detail when it comes to getting the job done right. We focus on fast, quality service for long-lasting, reliable results. Our services are offered by experienced plumbers, including our 24/7 emergency services in the metro Atlanta area.
Our Customers are our Priority
We pride ourselves in taking excellent care of our customers. Check out our reviews and see why our customers chose us.
24/7 Emergency Services
When you call High Priority Plumbing you will speak to a High Priority Plumbing team member 24/7.
Family Owned and Operated
Owners, Brian and Paulette Simpson, started High Priority Plumbing with a desire to serve their community with skilled plumbers and excellent customer service. 20 years later, we are still serving our communities in Metro Atlanta.
Frequently Asked Questions
How to fix a gas line leak?
Leaks in a gas line are very dangerous and potentially explosive. Immediately call High Priority Plumbing if you believe you have a gas leak in your home or commercial building. Get everyone out of the home or business and do not enter the property.
How long do gas lines last?
Gas lines will last for decades. Flexible gas lines last 30 years or more, while black steel can last 70-80 years.
Can I run a gas line myself?
While you can run a gas line, you do need a permit. Incorrect installation of the line or any valves or fittings can pose a serious risk for you and your family. We recommend having a professional install any gas lines in a home or commercial building.
Can a plumber run a gas line?
Yes, our master plumbers install gas lines.
Can I get a gas line to my house?
This largely depends on the location of your property and if gas service is available in your neighborhood or area.
How does a plumber find a gas leak?
We use a variety of techniques to determine the location of the gas leak. We start at the most common locations, which include fittings and valves, and work throughout the system.
Who is responsible for gas line repair?
Main gas service is typically covered by the provider, while any repairs in the house (from the meter to the interior) or at devices using natural gas are the responsibility of the homeowner or commercial building owner.
How much does it cost to fix a gas leak?
The location of the leak and the materials and time needed to complete the repairs are factors that impact the cost of fixing a gas leak.
What are the typical problems in gas piping?
Most problems occur at fittings, valves, and connections in the gas line. Underground lines can also be damaged by roots, compaction of the soil, and other factors.